Silhouettes are Shadows

Acta Analytica 26 (2):187-197 (2011)
Abstract
Sorensen’s celebrated problem about the eclipse of Near and Far is given a solution in which what is seen is Far, silhouetted. Near cannot be seen, as it is in the shadow of Far. A silhouette is a shadow. The so–called Yale Puzzle is a linguistic confusion
Keywords Seeing  Shadows  Silhouette  Sorensen  Syzygy
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DOI 10.1007/s12136-010-0102-0
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